5 weeks ago my daughter, who is 35, had results of a gallbladder -scan. She has been told she is "full of stones" and it will have to come out.
She has just had the results of her blood tests and has "hyperthyroidism".This, i should think, explains the tiredness, although working full-time and having 3 small children, she is intitled to feel tired.
I wondered if these 2 illnesses are connected.
Not that I know of and I have ?'d it to death as I, too, have stones and thyroid!
Is she symptomatic? What was her rate of ejection on the scan? My 17yr old's was 4% in January and hers was stone free but symptomatic and she is doing terrific and pain free for first time in her whole life... her % was 4% and no thyroid issues.
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